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Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for April 27, 2015.

Protesters, police clash in Baltimore

Baltimore police officials say at least seven officers were seriously injured after protesters threw rocks and other objects at them. The protests erupted after the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died in police custody on April 19.

[Read more from the Washington Post]

Death toll in Nepali quake rises to 3,800

Humanitarian aid is starting to flow into the capital city of Kathmandu, but many small villages in the countryside are desperate for help, with no food, no shelter and many bodies to bury.

[Read more from the New York Times]

Sanity phase of Colorado theater shooter's trial begins

Opening statements get underway this afternoon in the trial of James Holmes, who killed 12 people at a Colorado movie theater three years ago. The outcome will determine his sentence.

[Read more from USA Today]

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St. Paul featured on Hallmark Channel's 'Christmas Cam' livestream

Downtown's dazzling display can be viewed from anywhere in the world.

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Charges: Drunk driver almost struck Bemidji parade spectators

The man told police he was trying to attend the parade himself.

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Charges: Man fatally shot ex's new partner as he dined at Bloomington restaurant

Criminal charges filed Monday detail an alleged motive in the shooting.

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Metallica to perform 2 nights in Minneapolis on 2023-24 World Tour

The heavy metal rock band returns to the state for the first time since 2018.

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Tuesday storm to dump plowable snow in Minnesota

Snow should reach the Twin Cities Tuesday morning and fall throughout the day.

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Police: Drunk-driver almost struck people watching parade in Bemidji

The man was arrested for DWI charges following the incident.

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3 at trauma centers in critical condition after rural MN attack

Two victims and the alleged attacker are in critical condition.

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Neighborhood 'grinch' sends letter to Burnsville family over holiday lights

A Burnsville family's holiday decorations were the subject of an anonymous complaint.

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Anthropologie shutters Grand Avenue store, opening planned for Rosedale Center

The popular holiday shopping weekend marked the last for customers of the Grand Avenue store.

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